Call it Karma, call it divine intervention. Sometimes things just have a magical way of working out.
After getting left homeless for two months by the severe flooding in High River last year, William Rader and his young family now own a million-dollar home after winning one of the grand prizes in the 2014 STARS Lottery. The upscale house is in Red Deer.
When Rader, who lives with his partner of 18 years Tonya Kropf and two-year-old son Ethan, got the phone call about winning the dream home, STARS officials told him he'd won, but didn't tell him what he'd won. When he asked what his prize, he almost fell off his chair, thinking he'd likely have won a car or an early bird prize.
Their High River home in Sunshine Lake was flooded throughout the…